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Postal Job Placement, located online at, is an online service which claims to help people be able to successfully go through the US Postal Service hiring process.

According to their website, is not actually affiliated with the United States Postal Service; rather they are just a job resources and training service that you can use to give yourself a better opportunity to be hired with the USPS.

To access to the training tools and resources that this website has to offer, you must Register and pay a deposit of $70, either upfront or over the course three weeks, as well as provide your name, email address, and residential zip code.

How Does It Work?

First, in order to get a job with the USPS, you must be over 18 and a US Citizen. After you register with this website, you can get access to all of their tools and resources, which begins with a Hiring Guide that gives you an overview of the hiring process.

You will also have access to Job Alerts, so you can be emailed when job openings are posted in your area, and a Job Locator which shows available openings all over the country.

Finally, they also offer Exam Simulator which is an automatically timed and graded practice system similar to the official exam, as well as Tips for Getting Hired and Live Agent Support.

What to Know

Their website says that after you register, you will have access to all these tools and resources for a period of only four months, after that your registration becomes inactive.

In addition, though they say most candidates can get through their program and be hired within a couple weeks, depending on job availability, they cannot guarantee you that you’ll be hired.

But the most important piece of information to know is that even though their website says that your $70 deposit will be refunded after you take your official Post Office Exam at the testing center, they don’t actually have a system of automatic repayment.

Instead it is up to you to contact them with proof that you took your exam and to officially request a refund of your deposit, otherwise they will not return your money.

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Average Rating for " Postal Job Placement " is 1.62 out of 5 based on 26 reviews.

    I did and now they have all my information. Luckily there was never a social security number to completely screw me but they have my address, name and email... I had to call the bank and thankfully they acknowledged the fraud and immediately addressed it. I hope this helps someone out there. If you can, call your bank and dispute the charge, these scammers will not refund you your money I promise you that.
  • They post job offerings to trick you into going to their site. Buncha scumbags.
  • Thank you all for putting this up and commenting. I hope you ended up at least getting some justice after this and what they did you you.
  • When I watched the video of so called people who used the program and got hired. More than one of the people on video were obviously reading what to say. Red flag went up immediately. They almost got me hook line and sinker. But I know bait when I see it. And I saw it though just barely.
  • Scam I thought it was a legit USPS website and now am trying to get my 89 dollars back, don't fall for their tricks like I did.
    • This is definitely a scam. I ended up speaking with an office manager to issue a refund and because I signed up under my freewill they cannot issue a refund of $89. However, I mentioned I was under the impression that it was the actual USPS website and I was paying an exam fee. Now, I am disputing it with my bank and probably the only way to get my money back.
  • This place is a scam. I am now trying to dispute my $89.00.
  • This company is scamming people. They falsely advertised that they were usps online and stupid me, i paid thinking I would see the actual application. Firstly, there was no opening in my city like they had advertised online, secondly, I realized they were a scam and asked for a refund and they said that I needed to wait 30 for money back guaranteed, should I not be chosen. How am I supposed to be chosen if there is no opening in my area. I did as they suggested to apply in a different city and I did and ended up not being selected. Then they said take an assessment. How in the world do I force take an assessment I was never given or considered for. Basically this company is a big joke and runs you in circles. I emailed them and they refuse to give me my money back. You people need to be held accountable for your scams.
  • Scam site!

    I just got tricked and paid $46.95 with my credit card, with the registration fee shown to be $20. I really thought they were with USPS.

    I'll call my credit card company tomorrow to get my money back!
  • 1-844-694-2572 is the number for USPS Employment Assistance. They are a legitimate support division for those seeking employment with the US Postal Service. I know this to be true because Mr Stevens helped me get hired 4 months ago. USPS Employment Assistance is a company in compliance with the US Postal Service, this is NOT a scam at all. Again they helped me get hired. USPS Employment Assistance has NOTHING to do with the bogus fraud companies like Postal Job Placement, Career Advancement Group, Postal Job Hiring Center, Postal Job Locator, etc. Those companies sell books, USPS Employment Assistance is the real support agency.
    • You are most likely affiliated with them. PostalJobPlacement has done an excellent job establishing itself as legit. You should all be ashamed of yourselves, taking advantage of people who need and want to work. There are people out here with children who need to eat and y’all are scamming
  • Saw an ad on Facebook and sadly, as with all things advertised on Facebook, it turned out to be a total scam. I called the number provided (1-844-694-2572) and the gentlemen seemed legit enough reading from a script with reassurance. What he most wanted was my credit card number which I never give to anyone over the phone. He was persistent, but I refused every different way he asked. Since then, my e-mail has been bombarded with follow-up questions and assurances of immediate hire if I were to pay $100 for study materials. All anyone needs to know that the post office DOES NOT charge anyone to apply for a job. Go directly to the post office's web site if you want to know if they are hiring in your area.
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